This is the very first official gameplay footage of “Why Does It Spin?”, the debut title of Incodra, coming soon to iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The concept of the game is to control a continuously rotating long stick (the spinship) by tilting the device. There is only one important rule: The spinship may not […]
About Lars Krecklau
In 2003, I started my studies in computer science at the RWTH University (Aachen, Germany). Although my course of studies contained a broad range of topics ranging from automata theory to web application development, I always put my major focus on computer graphics. After my graduation in 2008, I wanted to further enhance my knowledge in this domain and thus I decided to make my PhD at the chair of computer graphics and multimedia at the RWTH University supervised by Prof. Leif Kobbelt. My dissertation (The Algorithmic Beauty of Cities) is about interactive modeling and realtime visualization of compact procedural description, since manual content creation is typically the major bottleneck in the films and games industry. In 2013, I finally finished my PhD and took the opportunity of founding Incodra with one of my former colleagues. As a team, we are glad to have taken the chance to fulfill our dream of developing first class mobile games.
In 2017, I decided to found the company Scasa together with my two former colleagues Dr. Dominik Sibbing and Dr. Markus Mathias. Our goal is to advance the development of 3D scanning technologies in order to make it usable by everyone. Check out our company website at https://www.scasa.eu.
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